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  • Antitrust - Antitrust Law Resources - LawInfo
    your state and or city may deviate significantly from those described here If you have specific questions related to your situation you should speak with a local attorney or find qualified local Antitrust Lawyers on LawInfo Or click to find Antitrust Lawyers in a specific location Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Share this information Search LawInfo s Antitrust Resources Still have questions Contact experienced Antitrust Lawyers on LawInfo com or learn more about Criminal Law Federal Find an Attorney in Your Area Legal Issue e g Personal Injury Location Area Code OR City State Advanced Search Options Popular Searches Antitrust Medicare Fraud Obstruction of Justice Antitrust Videos Illegal Price Fixing Illegal Price Fixing Violent Felony What Are Antitrust Laws Advertisements Find An Attorney By Practice Area By Location By Name Resources Hot Legal Issues Legal Forms Legal Library Law Videos Consumer Blog

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  • Assaulting or Killing a Federal Officer - Assaulting or Killing a Federal Officer Law Resources - LawInfo
    manslaughter an unintentional death Manslaughter a death that is the result of negligence Conspiracy to commit murder planning a killing with another person Attempted murder an event that did not result in death Second degree murder killing without malice or premeditation First degree murder malicious and premeditated Federal law defines murder as the unlawful killing of a human being with malice aforethought with an intent to kill or an implied intent to kill Implied intent is defined as a reckless indifference toward human life or a death occurring during the commission of another felony Murder may also be premeditated meaning the death was planned or deliberate The amount of time required for premeditation to exist depends upon the person s mental state and the killing s circumstances The time must be long enough after forming the intent to kill for the killer to have been fully conscious of the intent and long enough to consider the killing To successfully earn a conviction of first degree murder the government must prove beyond a reasonable doubt these four elements The killing was unlawful The killing was done with malice aforethought The killing was premeditated The killing occurred at a specific location Murder sentences may be calculated under the Federal Sentencing Guidelines The guidelines are a non binding set of rules that establish a uniform sentencing policy for federal defendants who are convicted In considering the severity of the punishment federal courts take into account the defendant s previous criminal record and conduct in committing the killing First degree murder sentences are life in prison or death Federal law does not permit parole in first degree murder cases Second degree murder is punishable by any term of years or life in prison Federal Sentencing Guidelines range from 19 to 25 years with a

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  • Bank Burglary - Bank Burglary Law Resources - LawInfo
    the bank burglary occurred The elements of burglary may vary from state to state Generally the elements that must be met to prove bank burglary are Trespass is the unlawful entry onto property or entry without consent Breaking or causing any opening into a building with or without the use of force Using misrepresentation to acquire entry into the facility Entry is occurs when part of the offenders body intrudes into the building at any distance even for a moment Intent is confirmed when the reason for entering the building is to take something from it or to commit another crime A person convicted of bank burglary when the money and or property taken is 1 000 or more may be fined imprisoned for a maximum of 20 years or both And when the value taken is less that 1 000 a maximum of one year and a possible fine may be levied The information on this page is meant to provide a general overview of the law The laws in your state and or city may deviate significantly from those described here If you have specific questions related to your situation you should speak with a local attorney or find qualified local Bank Burglary Attorneys on LawInfo Or click to find Bank Burglary Attorneys in a specific location Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Share this information Search LawInfo s Bank Burglary Resources Still have questions Contact experienced Bank Burglary Attorneys on

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  • Bank Fraud and Embezzlement - Bank Fraud and Embezzlement Law Resources - LawInfo
    Fraud and Embezzlement Attorneys in a specific location Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Share this information Additional Bank Fraud and Embezzlement Articles What Is Bank Fraud Still have questions Contact experienced Bank Fraud and Embezzlement Attorneys on LawInfo com or learn more about Criminal Law Federal Find an Attorney in Your Area Legal Issue e g Personal Injury Location Area Code OR City State Advanced Search Options Popular Searches Antitrust Medicare Fraud Obstruction of Justice Bank Fraud and Embezzlement Videos Violent Felony Violent Felony Bank Fraud Advertisements Find An Attorney By Practice Area By Location By Name Resources Hot Legal Issues Legal Forms Legal Library Law Videos Consumer Blog Forums For Attorneys Legal Marketing LawInfo About Us Jobs Partners Contact Us Authors Español Legal Copyright Notice Privacy Policy Terms Conditions Disclaimer Connect with us Google Facebook Twitter YouTube LinkedIn 5901 Priestly Dr

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  • Bank Larceny - Bank Larceny Law Resources - LawInfo
    beyond a reasonable doubt The wrongful taking and carrying away of The property of another Without the owner s consent With the intent to permanently deprive the owner of the property Larceny is a specific intent crime as is embezzlement except that larceny s intent is to permanently deprive someone of their property Persons who are found guilty of bank larceny could be sentenced to years in a federal prison and heafty fines Larceny evolves from English common law which the United States adopted but today most state jurisdictions have eliminated larceny from statutory codes favoring instead a general theft statute The intent of the common law larceny was to provide a remedy for nonviolent face to face theft crimes and set them apart from robbery The information on this page is meant to provide a general overview of the law The laws in your state and or city may deviate significantly from those described here If you have specific questions related to your situation you should speak with a local attorney or find qualified local Bank Larceny Attorneys on LawInfo Or click to find Bank Larceny Attorneys in a specific location Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Share this information Search LawInfo s Bank Larceny Resources Still have questions Contact experienced Bank Larceny Attorneys on LawInfo com or learn more about Criminal Law Federal Find an Attorney in Your Area Legal Issue e g Personal Injury Location Area Code OR City State

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  • Bank Robbery - Bank Robbery Law Resources - LawInfo
    100 the penalty is a fine and incarceration up to one year Enhancements can add additional punishments Imprisonment for a maximum of 25 years and a fine is imposed if A dangerous or weapon or device is involved Anyone other than the perpetrator is assaulted Anyone s life other than the perpetrator s was in jeopardy Anyone other than the perpetrator is killed In the event of a victim s death the punishment is life in prison or death Federal Bank Robbery To give the government jurisdiction to prosecute a bank robbery case a federal connection with the various banking organizations must exist Under federal law the term bank is defined as any bank that is a member of the Federal Reserve System as well as trust companies savings banks operating under federal laws U S branches of foreign banks and any institution with deposits that are insured by the FDIC Many credit unions fall under federal bank robbery law These are federal credit unions and any state chartered credit union that has accounts insured by the National Credit Union Administration Board Federal savings and loan associations and state associations with accounts insured by the FDIC are also covered by federal bank robbery statutes Defenses to Bank Robbery Defenses include misidentification of the bank robber and if the perpetrator was under duress to participate in the crime For example duress may occur if someone participates in a crime because the life of a spouse is threatened The information on this page is meant to provide a general overview of the law The laws in your state and or city may deviate significantly from those described here If you have specific questions related to your situation you should speak with a local attorney or find qualified local Bank Robbery Attorneys on

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  • Bombing Matters - Bombing Matters Law Resources - LawInfo
    the offender including any and all previous criminal conduct Punishments include life in prison and the death penalty Also illegal under federal law is the distribution of information about how to construct bombs and or encouraging readers to use an explosive device they have made The penalty for this offense is a maximum of 20 years in federal prison a fine of up to 250 000 or both The law specifies lethal devices defined as any weapon or device that is Designed or capable of causing death serious bodily injury or substantial property damage Able to disseminate or impact of toxic chemicals and biological agents or toxins Using radiation or radioactive material The U S government claims jurisdiction in bombing matters if the offense takes place in the U S and if the offense is committed Against another state or a government facility of that state including its embassy In an attempt to compel another state or the U S to do or abstain from doing any act On board a vessel flying the flag of another state On board an aircraft registered under the laws of another state On board an aircraft operated by the government of another state If the offense takes place outside of the country the U S government claims jurisdiction over individuals who are Found outside the U S Nationals of another state or a stateless person A perpetrator is a national of the U S A perpetrator is a stateless person whose residence is in the U S A victim is a national of another state or stateless person A victim is a national of the U S Three investigative agencies have potential primary jurisdiction to investigate violations under federal explosives law The Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms ATF The Federal Bureau of

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  • Crime Aboard Aircraft - Crime Aboard Aircraft Law Resources - LawInfo
    The crimes committed aboard an aircraft may occur with or without an act or an attempted act of piracy They are Assault Attempted murder Attempted manslaughter Murder Manslaughter Maiming Embezzlement Receiving stolen property Robbery Theft Sexual abuse To be convicted of any of these crimes the aircraft must have been in flight and under United States jurisdiction at the time the offense is committed A defendant is prosecuted in the federal district that the aircraft was flying over at the time of the offense What In Flight Means An aircraft is legally considered to be in flight the moment its external doors are shut and continues to be in flight until the doors are opened after landing Definitions of Jurisdiction As aircraft travel across state lines and international boundaries the United States developed a special jurisdiction for civilian and military aircraft of the United States and any aircraft that is in the United States whether they are in flight or on the ground Jurisdiction applies to any foreign aircraft located outside of the United States under these circumstances The scheduled destination is the United States The most recent departure was in the United States A passenger on board an aircraft landing in the United States committed an offense against the aircraft A passenger on board committed a Hague Convention offense The Hague Conventions of 1899 and 1907 which took place at The Hague Netherlands make formal statements on the laws of war war crimes and other offenses against humanity Jurisdiction also covers any aircraft that is leased without a crew to a lessee having permanent residence or principal place of business in the United States Share this information Search LawInfo s Crime Aboard Aircraft Resources Still have questions Contact experienced Crime Aboard Aircraft Attorneys on LawInfo com or learn more

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